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This ISB duo and their case study on India’s grand old recycling company won them an int’l competition

Ahaana Mahanti and Sanjana Prabala based their case on The Shakti Plastic Industries in Mumbai and this is what it's all about

Published on 10th December 2021
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Recycling can be child's play: These school kids have developed an app to show you just how

Heal the World' was a product of the imagination and concern of a sixth grader. It can well lead other kids (and adults) towards good waste management practices

Published on 23rd November 2021
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From cigarette butts to ash-trays: SRCC's Project Leher is trying to save the environment

The project from SRCC expressed delight at being recognised on a global stage, saying it will create awareness about the issue

Published on 25th October 2021
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IISc researchers develop wastewater treatment, recycling system for school in Karnataka

Overall, the system showed high REs of more than 90 per cent for most of the parameters. About 667 litres of greywater were treated daily using the system

Published on 28th November 2020
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This 27-year-old innovator from Gujarat is making bricks by recycling single-use PPE kits and masks. Here's how

The Recycle Man of India Binish Desai tells us how his start-up is developing eco-friendly bricks by recycling used PPE kits and masks 

Published on 13th August 2020
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This mother-daughter duo in Gurgaon upcycles everything from furniture to wall art

Imarim was set up when the duo began adding a splash of colour to items lying around their house that they did not want to throw away

Published on 23rd July 2020
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Beware! Now recycling your own work will amount to 'self-plagiarism', UGC warns

The UGC has defined self plagiarism as republishing the same paper already published elsewhere without due and full citation

Published on 23rd April 2020
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Kara Seva's 'Bottle Brick' room in government school to reduce plastic pollution

The innovative bricks are easy to use and build and could lead to the creation of new jobs for women and youth in rural areas

Published on 26th March 2020
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This 8-year-old from Bengaluru is saving the environment by recycling pencil shavings

Sharanavya Sirish has made a prototype using pencil shavings, clay, glue and slime and termed it 'Claywood'

Published on 10th September 2019
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Here's how handling your purchases carefully can help deal with plastic problems

Environmentalist Prashant Lingam is batting for us to cut down on our plastic wastage by repurposing it into usable materials

Published on 14th August 2019
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Now, chemical recycling can turn plastic into heat and electricity

The team tested plastics, in particular black plastics, which are commonly used as packaging for ready meals and fruit and vegetables in supermarkets, but can't be easily recycled

Published on 17th July 2019
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Paying school kids Rs 2 per plastic bottle, this Karnataka man is trying to make his village plastic-free

Basavaraj S Bidnal  has taken up an initiative to make his village, Anchatgeri totally plastic-free. This is how he's going about it

Published on 3rd July 2019
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Indian expat student collects 15,000kg paper waste in Dubai as a part of Emirates' recycling campaign

The eco-friendly drive had three categories - corporations, academic institutions and individuals/families - and the materials that were collected included paper, plastic and more

Published on 11th June 2019
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This IITM alumni-founded start-up is developing microbial fuel cell tech to generate electricity by treating textile wastewater

Currently, JSP Enviro is in the process of joining the IIT Madras Bioincubator to augment R&D for its product. They are planning to launch a demonstration model by early 2020

Published on 21st January 2019
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B'luru school goes green, sets up a recycling unit in campus and generates power from it

Interestingly, the annual reports, the newsletters are all manufactured with the recycled papers within the campus. The school has a store where it collects all notebooks, newspapers, etc

Published on 20th December 2018

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